Become a Mentor In Real Life

You Can Have An Impact In Real Life

Mentoring provides meaningful connections that impact the people involved and influences their lives at home, at work and in their communities. For those who are being mentored, it is linked to improved academic, social and economic prospects. For those who are mentoring, the relationship can build leadership and management skills, expand a mentor’s professional network, and provide an empowering opportunity to give back to the community.

Mentor in Real Life

Young Adults Who Were At-Risk for Falling Off Track But Had a Mentor Are:

55% more likely to enroll in college
78% more likely to volunteer regularly
90% are interested in becoming a mentor
130% more likely to hold leadership positions
Mentoring Bucks In Real Life

George Hill: Beat the Odds

George Hill visits Clarke Street School and talks about the importance of mentoring.

Search for a Local Mentoring Program

Search the Mentoring Connector database by entering your zip code to find a variety of programs in your community.

The Mentoring Connector is a volunteer recruitment tool for programs. If you are searching to find a mentor, we encourage you to use these results to contact the program outside of this system.

By searching the database, you are sharing your information with MENTOR, its Affiliates, and any program you choose to contact through the Mentoring Connector. Your email address will not be sold, shared with third parties or used for any purposes other than to keep you updated on news and opportunities related to mentoring.

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Share Your Story

Inspire others to mentor by telling us about how a mentor has impacted you or about your experience mentoring a young person.
Be sure to share your mentoring moment on social media!

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